Students are expected to conduct themselves so others are not distracted from the pursuit of learning. Discourteous or unseemly conduct may result in a student being asked to leave the classroom. Persistent misconduct on the part of a student is subject to disciplinary action as outlined in the student handbook and in the course syllabus.
Some examples of misconduct that will not be tolerated include, but not limited to, the following :
* Disorderly conduct.
* Verbal ( e.g. swearing ) physical, mental and sexual abuse.
* Interference with the educational opportunity of other students.
* Attending class under the influence of alcohol or other drugs.
* Disrespect of staff.
* Unauthorized hostel entry.
* Bullying ( including cyber bullying ).
* Unauthorized leave.
1. Any breach of the above rules warrants a penalty in accordance with the severity of the case/offence and the following measures shall be administered :
a] First Offence – counselling and verbal warning.
b] Second offence – counselling and written warning.
c] Third offence – suspension.
d] Fourth offence – expulsion.
2. Very severe cases / offences shall result in immediate expulsion of students from college.